Resuming The 3 Types of Probate in Colorado: An Overview (Pt. 1), below we will continue our discussion regarding the different types of probate in Colorado, with a specific focus on formal probate and some info you should know regarding all types of probate in Colorado.
Formal probate in Colorado is typically what people think of (and dread) when they are concerned about having to proceed through a drawn out, expensive and costly probate process. With formal probate in Colorado, the courts will oversee every aspect of the case, playing a critical role in reviewing every action and making final rulings regarding disputes in the case.
In general, formal probate in Colorado will occur when any single one (or some combination) of the following factors arise with an estate:
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While this means that we provide personalized attention at every step of the process, it also means that our clients can rely on our Denver probate attorneys to always be competent, caring and professional while providing them with the highest quality legal services at affordable rates.
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